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thank you for the support you've given to jeff engel and the bush school and texas a&m had. when jeff was here at texas a&m here is the director for the scowcroft institute and he was at cornell university. he dished i studied it in catherine's college, oxford university and received his phd in american history from the sonatas and. he served as a postdoctoral fellow in international security studies at yale university. his books include cold war at 30,000 feet, the anglo-american fight for supremacy. he received a pretty significant award he won a prize from the american historical association process and a work in strategic history. he wrote consequences of the global cold war published by stanford university press in two nay and the china diary of george h.w. bush, making of the global president published by princeton university press in 2008. the whole reform with one of our manufacturers with the strategic studies institute and 20 times and he wrote to follow the berlin while the revolutionary legacy of 1989, published by oxford university press in 2009. obviously a mission
of 2012, he served as the class of 52 a.m., professor at texas a&m university in the bush school. so we are pleased there here as well. that you very much for the support you've given to jeffrey engel and to the bush school in texas and them. when jeff was in texas a&m county was the dreck of programming for the institute and is a graduate of cornell university. additionally, studied at saint catherine's college, oxford university, and received his ph.d in american history from university of wisconsin at madison. he served as an postdoctoral fellow in international security studies at yale university. his books include "cold war at 30,000 feet,." he received a pretty significant award for that book. anyone the biannual rise from the american historical association for the outstanding work in european military and strategic history. he wrote local consequences of the global cold war, published by stanford university press in 2008, and "the china diary of george h. w. bush" published by princeton university press in 2008. we think in leadership and whole of government national security re
engel and to the bush school and texas a&m. when jeff was here at texas a&m, he was the director of programming for the scrocroft institute and is a graduate of cornell university. he additionally studied ate st. katherine's college, oxford university and received his ph.d in american history from the university of wisconsin in madison and serve as an owen post doctoral fellow in international security, studied at yale university. his books include, cold war, at noun feet. the anglo american fight for aviation supremacy. he received a pretty significant award for that book. he won the prize from the american historical, so i for this outstanding work in history. he wrote local consequences of the global cold war. published by stanford university press in 2008. and the china die a of george h.w. bush, the making of a global president, published by princeton university press in 2008. rethinking leadership and whole of government national security reform, with one of our bush school faculty members, joe serami, and that was done for the strategic studies institute in 2010, and wrote
first ladies began to take platforms? the literacy campaign with barbara bush -- >> i would say ladybird johnson, "lets beautify america." >> and certainly jacqueline kennedy in raid -- in renovating the white house, which i thought was a brilliant stroke because she was still involved with the national home, so people are not in fear that she should be interfering with. it was so much based on scholarship and the decorative arts that after that it is very difficult to see a first lady without some kind of cause. >> about lady bird, i think "beautify america" was code for "look at the environment." it wasn't just the white house. i think she was really on the cutting edge of modern day environmentalism. >> she gave more than two hundred speeches on preserving the environment and taking environmental responsibility for the nation and the world. >> thank you. >> i am with morgan state university. you mentioned you believe a lot of the first lady's reflected what was happening in the country at the time. i am wondering if any of the first lady's, aside from their humanitarian or civic and e
on trial. historically, we've always done this. even under the bush administration, if you go back just ten years, you know, worldcom, enron, you know, adelphia. we took the leading individuals of these companies and we put them on trial to make an example out of them. and this is exactly what we're not doing in this case. those companies were systemically important then. i don't see why they can't do the same thing now. >> you were shocked when you heard that president obama had named mary jo white to lead the securities and exchange commission. and you wrote that she was a partner in a law firm that represented a lot of these big banks. you know, bank of america, goldman sachs, chase, aig, morgan stanley. you said, "she dropped out and made the move a lot of regulators make, leaving government to make bucket loads of money, working for the people she used to police." and i gather your great concern is that you don't want to see the country's top financial cop being indebted to the people who created the bank roe? >> right. yeah, absolutely. i mean, it's just simple common sense. i mean, y
coastal areas. >>> all new at 5:30, former president george h.w. bush is the latest victim of computer hacking. >> the hacker gained access to confidential e-mails between members of the bush families and their friends. >> reporter: anyone with an e- mail account knows the risks of a cyberattack. >> it happened millions of times a day. hacking is an everyday occurrence. >> reporter: but it turns out, it can happen to former presidents too. an unidentified hacker was able to gain access to private photos and e-mails between members of the bush family, between george h.w. bush and george w. bush. the secret service is investigating how they gained access to three years of personal e-mail. the hacked e-mails included phone numbers and home addresses for dozens of members of the bush family. even more shocking, the security code for george h.w. bush's home in dallas. they posted several photos online, including one of the older bush in the hospital. former presidents have in person secret service protection. but how could this security breach have happened online? former agent brad garrett
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jackson's piece in u.s.a. today, what if this was bush's drone policy? and the ren dig in guantanamo and all the things that happened in the bush administration where main stream were fired up and now they have been quiet. you leave it to folks like jon stewart to say, the obama people said that we would be fully transparent the bush administration. >> not at all. it is shocking to me if this had been george bush 43 or 41 as the liberal press would have had it front page of the newspapers. they would have been hitting at him all the time. i'm shocked they haven't gone after him. >> jon: the numbers tell the story. there was so much angst about water boarding and horrors. three people were waterboarded? >> now, we have killed more american citizens with drones than were waterboarded at least as far as we know. we have killed four american citizens with drones. look at the overall number of attacks. there have been 400 of these drone attacks, most of them under the obama administration with absolutely no transparency. this has killed roughly 3,000 people and according to the stanford u
the documents. >> the bush administration caught holy hell from the left. >> we declared a war on terrorism. that gives me, george w. bush, the power to pretty much do whatever i want. so if i'm going to detain people in guantanamo bay without charging them, i can do that. if i want to declare an american an enemy combat tant and suspend their civil liberties, i can do that. >> now with an expanded drone campaign that ta targeted an american for assassination, it's the obama administration advancing novel legal theories. >> we have have as a basis for action a congressional statute that allows us to to operate and balking at congressional oversite. >> i have nothing on alleged memos regarding potentially classified memphis. >> this president when he was a senator excoriated the bush administration for its presumption of an imperial presidency and presidential powers. now that he's the president, he's lucky he doesn't have a senator obama who is chas chastg him from the floor of the united states senate. >> reporter: some of the obama supporters dabbing at the sand man in their eyes appear t
on how the bush administration decided from the very start to link saddam hussein to 9/11 to justify a u.s. invasion of that country. ten years later the administration's shameless deceit remains as disturbing as ever. >>> also, is it time to get rid of the voting rights act? i wonder. i doubt it. an alabama county has filed a suit that's reached the supreme court saying with a black man in the white house, there's no need for federal protection of minority votes. tell that to reince priebus. as you imagine, not everyone agrees. >>> teams of rivals. the rivalries between presidents, obama versus clinton, bush versus bush. our different takes on presidents. >>> and this just in, mississippi ratifies the 13th amendment. the one ending slavery. what took so long? what do you think? details coming up. this is "hardball," the place for politics. hey, it's sara. i'm going pro. i've been using crest pro-health for a week. my dentist said it was gonna help transform my mouth. [ male announcer ] go pro. for a clean that's up to four times better, try these crest pro-health products together. [ sa
gosh. first of all, blame george w. bush if you want but if you're a 24-28-year-old young person in america and you have not been able to find a job or get promoted because people aren't moving up and you're not moving over and you have automation and competitive preciouses, it's stunning to me they go look, in 2019, everything will be fine. in the meantime, what are they doing? >> what did i -- >> i'm saying you made the point before, and i don't disney agree, a lot of people blame today's economy still on president bush. i'm saying i don't care who you blame. at some point they have got to realize they have taken away a decade with inaction. possible talks about clean energy and that's where you can get jobs. you know where you can get jobs? keystone pipeline. energy. all the things you could do with that industry. businesses that could be created could help a lot of young people. the out years they worry about when it comes to entitlement with the cbo, they're approaching more quickly than they thought. in the meantime what president obama says is congress, it's their responsi
months after the attacks, president bush issued an order creating military commissions to try prisoners captured abroad. the 10 a kernel patch's first assignment was the prosecution of a man named mohamedou ould slahi. a one. mohamedou ould slahi was described as the highest value detainee at guantanamo bay. the case would change the life of couch of him at the center of a national debate around torture, interrogations' and ethics. his story is featured in the new book, "terror courts: rough justice at guantanamo bay." it is by wall street journal reporter jess bravin. later in the show, we will be joined by jess. first, lieutenant-colonel stuart couch joins us from charlotte north carolina where he works as an immigration judge, to "democracy now!" talk about the first day you went to guantanamo and what you found. >> it was in october 2003, shortly after i had joined the office of military commissions. on that particular day, i was waiting to watch the interrogation of one of the detainees who had been assigned to me to prosecute his case. this was a detainee particularly cooperative
, the decisions were made over the last eight years during the bush years established an ad hoc legal approach for fighting terrorism that was neither effective nor sustainable. a framework that failed to rely on our legal traditions and time-tested institutions and that failed to use our values as a compass. those words, steve, whether you agree with this drone program or not, as pet wehner concludes, makes the president look hypocritical, at least. >> i can't totally argue with that. >> why can't you totally argue with that? why don't you just say pete is right? >> he's right on some things and i'm not sure he's right on others. on the first thing, disclosure, people have tagged obama for the fact in 2009 he insisted on d disclosure -- >> and transparency and checks and balances. >> right. i can't understand why there isn't a version of this memo that could be released so americans do know what the policy is on these matters. i think that's fine. i think the question of whether you actually undertake operations that may endanger american citizens when you have good reason and you follow proc
spend half a decade apoplectic about enhanced interrogation of the bush administration up until now have been silent about a program which doesn't interrogate people harshly but kills them without a judge or jury or even a lot of evidence. >> bill: that is the crux of the matter. now, i think it's safe to say many conservatives support president obama's drone attacks. most conservatives also favor president bush's use of enhanced interrogation, waterboarding in particular to get vital information from captured terrorists. the left however loudly condemned waterboarding largely muted about the drone kills. >> how do you acouldn't for the difference in reaction to those two things? entirely separate or is that a curious thing? >> how about politics? >> i goal for that. and in what way? >> well, i think that by a certain point virtually nothing president bush did was going to win approval by anybody. >> bill: well at least the bush policies were condemned by the left some conservatives stood by the president. four days before secretary gates said that bob beckel and i discussed the hypocris
we all read about the first bush tax cut, designed to be a $1.6 trillion tax cut. the reason it was described as a $1.6 trillion tax cut was because it reduced revenues by $1.6 trillion, or was expected to. and so we'd be listening to people talking about tax cuts pay for themes and you pick up the paper or look at materials from the congressional budget office and they would say this tax cut is going to reduce federal revenues bit 1.6 trillion over ten years or 1.35 trim. these views made no sense. these kinds of statements put side-by-side. they made no sense. at it crazy for those of us who still believe the cbo. but for the republicans, most of them, they didn't believe the cbo numbers were right because they were mostly supply-siders, where the assumption is that if you reduce tax cuts it will stimulate the economy so much that it will actually come close to, if not actually increase, federal revenues. but when we heard that, it made no sense. now, here's where it really gets -- i think in some ways even worse. i'm going to find -- i have to say, mitch mcconnell does pro
will be going back as the top commander. number three, bush announces that he is ordering a surge of troops. you know, something over 20,000. and he has chosen a strategy to essentially a counterinsurgency strategy. he calls it clear, bold, and build, which was an old phrase that came from some of these books, the idea being if you clearing area of insurgents in the stay there, you hold it, you don't just turn it over right away who aren't yet capable of holding it. you stay there. and then they help build an infrastructure to melt the government provide basic services, build trust within the community, help build a security structure. so these four things did not happen by coincidence. it was all part of this plot. by the way, when i use the word plot to my generally and not a conspiracy guy. these people refer to themselves as a plot. they call themselves mccall says was a west point mafia because a lot of them came out of the social science department of west point, which had a tradition of forming networks upsets among their own graduates. this was very conscious. for example, all this happe
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, the younger bush who served in the military but didn't want to deal with the military and the was george herbert walker bush. so when you look at the contributions, these individuals may. it's no surprise tour in the terrible situation that we are in now because there has to be a corrective. when you look at the george herbert walker bush administration he had important people at the defense department, the secretary of defense cheney, his aides at the time for scooter libby and paul wolfowitz. this is the key in the iraq war in 2002, 2003 in the planning that took place for that more mackall was based on a tailored pattern of total destruction and outright lies and misconception. in the earlier bush administration to put together a secret paper for the defense planning guidance that talked about unilateralism so instead of taking advantage of the strategic opportunity to turn on the collapse of the berlin wall in 1989 and the collapse of the soviet union in 1991 all of the things we didn't expect to see in our lifetime in the violence i certainly didn't expect to see this when i was inv
by the secretary clinton. of new liberal realists who looked at the bush idealism. we caw it -- call it knew owe conservativism. it's the conservative form of idealism about democracy and transforming countries about making things better by doing lot and lots of these things. and more or less concluded that was just not going work. and that we needed to retrench and become more realist in our approach to foreign policy. so i describe this the new liberal realists because they saw themselves as rejecting the neoconservativism. it involved a essentially rejecting a lot of the liberal international stuff they regarded as kind of soft and squishy. and regarded in the same way that the conservativism realists would regard it. and that tendency is very special in one particular way. the bush realists conservative realists tend to take words very, very seriously. they think that words have ways of coming back to bite you. and so one of the features about bolton about the bush realists was there, very careful negotiables on foreign sports. if you are the liberal international' dealist, soft, switchy. wh
's thousand laura bush sees a tape of her speaking out in favor of marriage equality. today is the birthday of olympia snowe. something for each hemisphere of your brain. >> john: good evening. i'm john fuglesang. thank you so much for joining us tonight. we're now just over one week away from the automatic massive spending cuts known for some ungodly reason as sequestration. and so congress is exactly where you would expect them to be, at a pivotal time in our nation's history, on vacation. while john boehner and the g.o.p. have spent the last few days trying to place all of the blame for the situation squarely on the shoulders of president obama, it would appear the public ain't buying what they're selling. according to a new poll, if a deal is not reached by march 1st and those devastating cuts were to go into effect, only 31% say they would blame the president while 49% say they would blame congress. and probably some republicans will blame acorn. but so clearly the p.r. battle over the scwefser -- sequester is being won by team obama. but if you're one of the hundreds of americans affe
into a bush. >> that was a bad break on that tee shot. >> no doubt about it. had desert written all over it. >> doing everything he can. taking more club than normal. just going to get the hit behind it. no way to get the club face on the ball. you'll get sand in between. kuchar next. >> this for 157. he saw that ball is most likely in a bush in that waste area. so i'm thinking front left of the green would be very effective right now. >> what a shot. >> what a shot for matt kuchar. fantastic. >> the terminator. >> that's a game over kind of shot. >> i would certainly think so. matt kuchar with a one up lead, hunter mahan in serious trouble. we'll be back to see what happens. >>> we're back at the 17th. is this as bad as it appeared? >> worse. nothing good can happen if he gets in here and slashes this that i can see. he doesn't want to take an unplayable. >> careful not move the ball there. want to be careful, too, not hurting yourself. >> i don't see the club being able to go past the ball very far without getting totally stuck in the bottom of the bush. >> kuchar's inside of five feet. >
america safe comes at a price. has president obama gone further than president bush? tonight's reality check. >>> firing back, the ceo cries foul against "the new york times." >>> i'm scott budman at the new godaddy.com silicon valley office. coming up, a first look inside the company that wants to be known not just for super bowl ads but for job growth. >>> from cupertino to washington, d.c., a very special seat in the state of the union address. apple confirming ceo it tim cook will sit with the first lady during the president's speech. now you may remember last year the first lady hosted the widow of apple co-founder steve jobs during the state of the union. it's going to be quite a busy day. it begins with a keynote speech at san francisco's goldman sachs event and then off to d.c. we will, of course, have complete live coverage of the president's state of the union and the republican response right here on nbc bay area. our live coverage begins tomorrow evening at 5:45. >>> a silicon valley mogul is furious at the "new york times." scott budman is here with more on the war that's
, a procurement employee for the company that is providing. .. her tenure in the bush administration where she served as national security adviser from 2001 to 2005 and as the 66th secretary of state from 2005 to 2009. this is about 50 minutes. [applause] >> it's one thing led to learn about american history in the classroom. it's quite another to of for these lessons up close and personal with one of the 21st centuries chief architects of american foreign policy. the leadership lecture series was established by ambassador xu cobb to commemorate her husband, chuck birthday. please join me in recognizing sue and chuck for 25 years of providing the university of miami community with the opportunity to host insightful and a provocative leaders from all walks of life. [applause] >> i also want the students to thank them for generously donating 300 secretary rice's very big books which were given to the first 300 students who attended this year's event. [applause] >> the university takes no credit for doing this. i want to thank our very good friend of the books and books, the university met with h
on the table. the first white tie state dinner that the bush and administration did, working closely with the team and the social secretary. one of the most fun calls i got to make was to the queen's dresser. i said what color is the queen wearing, because we certainly did not want the first lady of the house and queen elizabeth to be in the same color. so that was one of the little items. there are so many people in so many things that go into making this a beautiful event that is respectful of your guests and also reflective of the president and first lady, and we all want to put our best foot forward when we are working in the white house. this is the time to showcase everything that is perfect. >> did the first ladies talk about a state dinner as being an event that was showcasing america, what their goals were? can you tell us about that? >> certainly. the state dinners are really about diplomacy, and the role of the first lady and her office, with great help from the state department, there is a huge amount of protocol involved. there is no detail that is too small. whatever on
's welcome back president bush had it his second term. president clinton below. how do you have him handle the rest? >> he will do what he has been doing. you use the word "confrontational." i would use a different word. they will be very familiar themes. the economy will be central and how we can grow it. so everybody can participate. fair shot, pay your fair share but other things that he does lay out, he'll lay out the looming deadline on the sequester and tough choices we have to make around it and consequences if we let the sequester go into effect and, you know, cuts to some pretty critical programs, so i think the state of the union is always an important moment in a presidency, not just another case for the people sitting in the room but the country of the tough choices we have to make and i think he'll make it. >> nicolle, a cautionary tale on the state of the union. >> i think that he made the proposal to reform social security without having his own party on board. that's a lesson for any president, but i think president obama did the republican party a huge favor by delivering
to return so i can start living again. and george herbert walker bush, the first president bush to barbara, you give me joy few men know. i've climbed perhaps the highest mountain in the world but even that can't hold a candle to being barbara's husband. beautiful letters but how about this for a valentine's day from hell. this is one our mischievous producers dug up, the valentine's ad monica lewinsky placed in "the washington post" newspaper. a year before their affair became known. how is that? a year later in late january 1998, the scandal broke and that valentine's day, "saturday night live" played up this one. >> today's valentine's day, white house spokesman said the president and mrs. clinton will honor the holiday by observing a moment of silence. expected to last the entire evening. chris: and when we come back, barack obama replaced troops on the ground with drones in the sky. >> the administration also puts forward a false choice between the liberties we cherish and the security we provide. >> i will provide our intelligence and law enforcement agencies with the tools they need
targeting the bush family including george h. w. bush and george w. bush. paa hacker is claiming private information including e-mails including photographs and contact information for dozens of extended bush family relatives. a former fbi agent said the risk of cyber attacks is growing for everyone. >> it happens millions of times a day. hacking is an everyday occurrence. >> a spokesperson for former president george h. w. bush says the family will not comment because the issue is under criminal investigation. >> a big development in a phone hacking scandal in england. rupert murdoch's newspaper, the publisher has settled a 134 lawsuits. court officials did not release the names or the money amounts. it is the second group of lawsuits to be settled after it was discovered that the news of the world tabloid hacked into celebrities phones and voice mails. the case is that not been settled will go to court in june. greg tebowing is telling airline operators expect delays for deliveries of the 787 dreamliner. the delivery of airplanes scheduled for april and june would likely not make it. m
the hackers have struck again. >> a hacker broke into the personal e-mail accounts of members of bush family. >> the hacker known about it name gooseifer gained access to names, addresses and photos. >> stephen: that's right. goosifer. police have already release aid sketch of criminal. [laughter] that's the guy. president bush is now say private citizen, please. some hacker has no right to spread his personal information all over the internet. that's facebook's job. i condemn goosifer and i further condemn all journalists exploiting this violation toll fill air time. [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] jimmy? [cheers and applause] do we have anything on this? [laughter] the most interesting items taken from the account, a pair of paintings from george w. bush. >> stephen: yes, paingts by george w. bush. president clinton has his global initiative and jimmy carter has habitat for humanity but now we know that george w. bush is hard at work painting self portraits in the shower. [ laughter ] that say bold artistic vision that says faces are hard. [ laughter ] it's not like the president sits a
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